Chris Williams-Lopez focuses his practice on trademark and copyright law.
While attending Tulane University Law School, Chris worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2020 and 2021. He served as a corporate in-house legal extern in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in New Orleans, Louisiana and a remote legal intern for a premier law agency for professional athletes, entertainers, and business executives in Atlanta, Georgia. Chris also served as a corporate legal intern at a well-known candy and confection manufacturer in its Hershey, Pennsylvania headquarters and a law clerk for the Tulane University Legal Assistance Program.
As a student-athlete attending Yale University, Chris was a star wide receiver on its varsity football team in 2015, 2016, and 2017 and was an All-Conference Selection. He was also named Second-Team All-Ivy League in 2017.
Chris is co-founder of a company in Norcross, Georgia that manages internal business processes for visa applicants from Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Brazil, Venezuela, and Columbia and connects, recruits, and outsources both a skilled and unskilled international labor force for companies in the U.S.
Tulane University Law School J.D. (2022) Certificates in Sports Law, Mediation, Negotiation, and Arbitration
Tulane University Freeman School of Business M.B.A. (2022) Certificates in Strategic Management & Innovation and Business & Entrepreneurship
Yale University B.A., Political Science (2018)
Tulane University Athletics, Student-Athlete Mentor and Tutor (2019-2021)
Legal Research Certification
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